Pinot Noir

Gruet Rosé

USA, New Mexico
  • Suggested Pairings
  • Salad
  • Shellfish
  • 12% ABV

Whether you’re hitting the beach or heading to the park, the Gruet Rosé want to tag along. Slightly tart with hints of sour cherry, the palate opens up with a creamy mouthfeel complete with fruity strawberry and zested lemon flavors. Will make all moments more enjoyable — we promise.

Gilbert Gruet, the founder of Gruet Winery, was born in 1931 in Bethon, France. And in 1952, along with his wife Danielle, he fulfilled his dream to make Champagne. By 1967, he started Union Vinicole de Coteaux de Bethon (a co-op in his native village). Yet, it wasn’t until 1983 when the Gruet family, traveling through the American Southwest, met a group of European winemakers growing vines near Albuquerque. In 1984, he decided to plant an experimental vineyard in New Mexico (growing exclusively Pinot Noir and Chardonnay). His children, winemaker Laurent and daughter Nathalie, then relocated to New Mexico to begin their American wine making adventure, and Gruet wines are to this day some of the most highly regarded New World sparkling wines made in the méthode champenoise.

  • Fermentation: Méthode Champenoise 
  • Filtration: Fined and filtered
  • Maturation: Aged for 24 months en tirage